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Box bug (Gonocerus acuteangulatus) on leylandii, Bristol, UK, March.
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90845188 Box bug (Gonocerus acuteangulatus) on leylandii, Bristol, UK, March.©
Box bug (Gonocerus acuteangulatus) on a Greater Periwinkle (Vinca major) leaf in a garden, Wiltshire, UK, April. This nationally endangered bug is spreading northwest from its former toehold in southe...
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90834318 Box bug (Gonocerus acuteangulatus) on a Greater Periwinkle (Vinca major) leaf in a garden, Wiltshire, UK, April. This nationally endangered bug is spreading northwest from its former toehold in southe...© Nick Upton
Nest sites for solitary bees, drilled into logs, Chepstow, Wales, UK August.
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90810868 Nest sites for solitary bees, drilled into logs, Chepstow, Wales, UK August.© David Woodfall
Nest sites for solitary bees, drilled into logs, Chepstow, Wales, UK August.
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90810867 Nest sites for solitary bees, drilled into logs, Chepstow, Wales, UK August.© David Woodfall
Box bug (Gonocerus acuteangulatus) on Ivy leaves in a garden, Wiltshire, UK, September. This nationally endangered bug is spreading northwest from its former toehold in southeast UK, originally on Box...
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90803404 Box bug (Gonocerus acuteangulatus) on Ivy leaves in a garden, Wiltshire, UK, September. This nationally endangered bug is spreading northwest from its former toehold in southeast UK, originally on Box...© Nick Upton
Box bug (Gonocerus acuteangulatus) on Ivy leaves in a garden, Wiltshire, UK, September. This nationally endangered bug is spreading northwest from its former toehold in southeast UK, originally on Box...
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90803403 Box bug (Gonocerus acuteangulatus) on Ivy leaves in a garden, Wiltshire, UK, September. This nationally endangered bug is spreading northwest from its former toehold in southeast UK, originally on Box...© Nick Upton
Close-up of insect nest box occupied by Red mason bees (Osmia bicornis). The bees can be seen at work with some holes already sealed with mud and others containing yellow pollen stores to feed hatchin...
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90800380 Close-up of insect nest box occupied by Red mason bees (Osmia bicornis). The bees can be seen at work with some holes already sealed with mud and others containing yellow pollen stores to feed hatchin...© Alan Williams
Close-up of insect nest box occupied by Red mason bees (Osmia bicornis). The bees can be seen at work with some holes already sealed with mud and others containing yellow pollen stores to feed hatchin...
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90800379 Close-up of insect nest box occupied by Red mason bees (Osmia bicornis). The bees can be seen at work with some holes already sealed with mud and others containing yellow pollen stores to feed hatchin...© Alan Williams
Insect nest box on wall occupied by Red mason bees (Osmia bicornis). Some holes are already sealed with mud and others show yellow pollen stores to feed hatching larva. Cheshire, UK, May.
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90800378 Insect nest box on wall occupied by Red mason bees (Osmia bicornis). Some holes are already sealed with mud and others show yellow pollen stores to feed hatching larva. Cheshire, UK, May.© Alan Williams
Insect hotel with drilled logs and bundles of bamboo stems, some with partially completed mud nests of Mason wasps wasps (Ancistrocerus sp), garden, Gloucestershire, UK, May.
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90765796 Insect hotel with drilled logs and bundles of bamboo stems, some with partially completed mud nests of Mason wasps wasps (Ancistrocerus sp), garden, Gloucestershire, UK, May.© Nick Upton
Garden insect box positioned  in  apple tree, Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK. May.
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90733384 Garden insect box positioned in apple tree, Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK. May.© Nick Turner
Garden insect box positioned in an apple tree, Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK. May.
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90733383 Garden insect box positioned in an apple tree, Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK. May.© Nick Turner
Red mason bee (Osmia rufa) male wating for females to emerge from nest holes in a drilled log within an insect hotel, Gloucestershire garden, UK, April.
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90727035 Red mason bee (Osmia rufa) male wating for females to emerge from nest holes in a drilled log within an insect hotel, Gloucestershire garden, UK, April.© Nick Upton
Insect hotel with a variety of crevices among broken pottery, drilled logs and wooden blocks, Gloucestershire, UK, April.
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90726984 Insect hotel with a variety of crevices among broken pottery, drilled logs and wooden blocks, Gloucestershire, UK, April.© Nick Upton
Insect hotel with drilled logs, bundles of bamboo stems and lichen-covered bracnhes, Gloucestershire garden, UK, April.
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90726983 Insect hotel with drilled logs, bundles of bamboo stems and lichen-covered bracnhes, Gloucestershire garden, UK, April.© Nick Upton
Mason wasp / Potter wasp (Ancistrocerus sp.) inspecting a nest hole in a drilled log within an insect hotel, Gloucestershire garden, UK, April.
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90726979 Mason wasp / Potter wasp (Ancistrocerus sp.) inspecting a nest hole in a drilled log within an insect hotel, Gloucestershire garden, UK, April.© Nick Upton
Red mason bee (Osmia rufa) female emerging from her nest hole in a drilled log within an insect hotel after provisioning a brood cell with pollen, Gloucestershire garden, UK, April.
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90726974 Red mason bee (Osmia rufa) female emerging from her nest hole in a drilled log within an insect hotel after provisioning a brood cell with pollen, Gloucestershire garden, UK, April.© Nick Upton
Insect hotel, Artificial nest holes and shelter for insects and invertebrates, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany  -  Kerstin Hinze/ npl
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90686801 Insect hotel, Artificial nest holes and shelter for insects and invertebrates, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany© Kerstin Hinze / NPL
Mason bee, builder bee (Osmia cornuta) at man-made insect hotel for solitary bees, sealing nest cavity with mud, Belgium, April  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90413282 Mason bee, builder bee (Osmia cornuta) at man-made insect hotel for solitary bees, sealing nest cavity with mud, Belgium, April© Philippe Clement / NPL
Mason bee, builder bee (Osmia cornuta) at man-made insect hotel for solitary bees, sealing nest cavity with mud, Belgium, April  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90413281 Mason bee, builder bee (Osmia cornuta) at man-made insect hotel for solitary bees, sealing nest cavity with mud, Belgium, April© Philippe Clement / NPL
Man-made insect hotel offering artificial nesting facilities for solitary bees and cavities for hibernating ladybirds and other insects Made from reed and bamboo stems, drilled holes in woodblocks, tw...  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90413277 Man-made insect hotel offering artificial nesting facilities for solitary bees and cavities for hibernating ladybirds and other insects Made from reed and bamboo stems, drilled holes in woodblocks, tw...© Philippe Clement / NPL
Man-made insect hotel offering artificial nesting facilities for solitary bees and cavities for hibernating ladybirds and other insects  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90413276 Man-made insect hotel offering artificial nesting facilities for solitary bees and cavities for hibernating ladybirds and other insects© Philippe Clement / NPL
Man-made insect hotel offering artificial nesting facilities for solitary bees and cavities for hibernating ladybirds and butterflies  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90413275 Man-made insect hotel offering artificial nesting facilities for solitary bees and cavities for hibernating ladybirds and butterflies© Philippe Clement / NPL
Mason bee, builder bee (Osmia cornuta) laden with pollen and nectar, entering nest in man-made insect hotel for solitary bees Belgium, April  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90413226 Mason bee, builder bee (Osmia cornuta) laden with pollen and nectar, entering nest in man-made insect hotel for solitary bees Belgium, April© Philippe Clement / NPL
Mason bee, builder bee (Osmia cornuta) laden with pollen and nectar, entering nest in man-made insect hotel for solitary bees Belgium, April  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90413225 Mason bee, builder bee (Osmia cornuta) laden with pollen and nectar, entering nest in man-made insect hotel for solitary bees Belgium, April© Philippe Clement / NPL
Mason bee, builder bee (Osmia cornuta) laden with pollen and nectar, entering nest in man-made insect hotel for solitary bees Belgium, April  -  Philippe Clement/ npl
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90413224 Mason bee, builder bee (Osmia cornuta) laden with pollen and nectar, entering nest in man-made insect hotel for solitary bees Belgium, April© Philippe Clement / NPL
Bug hotel, home for insects, Nottinghamshire, UK October  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90400275 Bug hotel, home for insects, Nottinghamshire, UK October© Alex Hyde / NPL
Young boy with ladybirds (Coccinelidae) in a bug box Norfolk, UK, April Model released  -  David Tipling/ npl
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90216305 Young boy with ladybirds (Coccinelidae) in a bug box Norfolk, UK, April Model released© DAVID TIPLING / NPL
Bug hotel' made from tile and hollow stems, hanging amongst flowers in garden, Normandy, France, August  -  David Burton/ FLPA
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80184552 Bug hotel' made from tile and hollow stems, hanging amongst flowers in garden, Normandy, France, August© David Burton / FLPA
World's Largest Bee House', Guinness World Record holder for largest bug hotel, Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, Kent, England, April  -  Dave Pressland/ FLPA
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80179950 World's Largest Bee House', Guinness World Record holder for largest bug hotel, Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, Kent, England, April© Dave Pressland / FLPA
Bug Hotel' artificial site created for invertebrates, Fairburn Ings RSPB Nature Reserve, West Yorkshire, England, September  -  Paul Miguel/ FLPA
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80165657 Bug Hotel' artificial site created for invertebrates, Fairburn Ings RSPB Nature Reserve, West Yorkshire, England, September© Paul Miguel / FLPA
Box Bug (Gonocerus acuteangulatus) adult, feeding on Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) bush in garden, Seaford, East Sussex, England, May  -  Richard Becker/ FLPA
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80162847 Box Bug (Gonocerus acuteangulatus) adult, feeding on Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) bush in garden, Seaford, East Sussex, England, May© Richard Becker / FLPA
Guinness World Record holder for largest bug hotel, Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, Kent, England, February  -  Dave Pressland/ FLPA
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80162102 Guinness World Record holder for largest bug hotel, Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, Kent, England, February© Dave Pressland / FLPA
Guinness World Record holder for largest bug hotel, Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, Kent, England, February  -  Dave Pressland/ FLPA
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80162101 Guinness World Record holder for largest bug hotel, Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, Kent, England, February© Dave Pressland / FLPA
Snow covered insect 'hotel' built to attract solitary bees, fixed to shed in garden, Bacton, Suffolk, England, March  -  Marcus Webb/ FLPA
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80159745 Snow covered insect 'hotel' built to attract solitary bees, fixed to shed in garden, Bacton, Suffolk, England, March© Marcus Webb / FLPA
Insect 'hotel' built to attract bees, partly filled, Preston Montford Field Centre, Shropshire, England, August  -  Richard Becker/ FLPA
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80155387 Insect 'hotel' built to attract bees, partly filled, Preston Montford Field Centre, Shropshire, England, August© Richard Becker / FLPA
Common Leafcutter Bee (Megachile centuncularis) adult female, entering nesting chamber in garden 'bug box' made from hollow canes, Norfolk, England, September  -  Gary K Smith/ FLPA
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80151850 Common Leafcutter Bee (Megachile centuncularis) adult female, entering nesting chamber in garden 'bug box' made from hollow canes, Norfolk, England, September© Gary K Smith / FLPA
Common Leafcutter Bee (Megachile centuncularis) adult female, entering nesting chamber in garden 'bug box' made from hollow canes, Norfolk, England, September  -  Gary K Smith/ FLPA
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80151849 Common Leafcutter Bee (Megachile centuncularis) adult female, entering nesting chamber in garden 'bug box' made from hollow canes, Norfolk, England, September© Gary K Smith / FLPA
Common Leafcutter Bee (Megachile centuncularis) adult female, in nesting chamber in garden 'bug box' made from hollow canes, Norfolk, England, September  -  Gary K Smith/ FLPA
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80151847 Common Leafcutter Bee (Megachile centuncularis) adult female, in nesting chamber in garden 'bug box' made from hollow canes, Norfolk, England, September© Gary K Smith / FLPA
Invertebrate refuge fixed to branches, Norfolk, England, August  -  Mike Powles/ FLPA
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80151145 Invertebrate refuge fixed to branches, Norfolk, England, August© Mike Powles / FLPA
Invertebrate refuge fixed to branches, Norfolk, England, August  -  Mike Powles/ FLPA
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80151144 Invertebrate refuge fixed to branches, Norfolk, England, August© Mike Powles / FLPA
Invertebrate refuge fixed to brick wall, Norfolk, England, August  -  Mike Powles/ FLPA
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80151143 Invertebrate refuge fixed to brick wall, Norfolk, England, August© Mike Powles / FLPA
Stonecrop (Sedum sp) and Houseleek (Sempervivum sp) growing for decorative effect on reclaimed pantiles of bug 'hotel' in garden, England, august  -  Gary K Smith/ FLPA
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80149761 Stonecrop (Sedum sp) and Houseleek (Sempervivum sp) growing for decorative effect on reclaimed pantiles of bug 'hotel' in garden, England, august© Gary K Smith / FLPA
Bug box' in garden, England, august  -  Gary K Smith/ FLPA
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80149760 Bug box' in garden, England, august© Gary K Smith / FLPA
Woman attaching 'bug box' to garden pergola, Norfolk, England, may  -  Gary K Smith/ FLPA
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80148113 Woman attaching 'bug box' to garden pergola, Norfolk, England, may© Gary K Smith / FLPA
Insect box fixed to trellis in garden, with Red Valerian (Centranthus ruber) flowering in foreground, Norfolk, England, may  -  Gary K Smith/ FLPA
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80131689 Insect box fixed to trellis in garden, with Red Valerian (Centranthus ruber) flowering in foreground, Norfolk, England, may© Gary K Smith / FLPA
Leaf-footed Bug (Gonocerus acuteangulatus) on box bush  -  Jeremy Early/ FLPA
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80016161 Leaf-footed Bug (Gonocerus acuteangulatus) on box bush© Jeremy Early/ FLPA
'Bug Hotel' artificial site created from wooden pallets for invertebrates, Moors Valley, Dorset / Hampshire border, England, March
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80194483 'Bug Hotel' artificial site created from wooden pallets for invertebrates, Moors Valley, Dorset / Hampshire border, England, March© Nicholas and Sherry Lu Aldridge
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